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Adding to Shenae Grimes' denial, a spokesperson for John Mayer blasted, 'Star magazine is not a credible source.'
Hiring out The Darby restaurant in New York and inviting 100 guests to celebrate his 41st birthday, Gerard Butler and John Mayer made a live duet on 'Mustang Sally'.
While John's rep calls the rumor 'absolutely ridiculous', the TV chef finds herself 'heartbroken' when she learns about 'how MALICIOUS the tabloids can be.'
Mayer was one of the honorees, and Bedingfield was a musical guest at the November 8 event held in New York at Cipriani Wall Street.
In a campaign called 'Comedy Fights Malaria', the singer says, 'Almost a million people die every year from malaria. And of that number 85 percent die under the age of Justin Bieber.'
A source says that Taylor Swift is playing with fire for taking aim at John Mayer since she has no idea how his revenge would be.
Train star Pat Monahan will also make contribution to pay homage to the former INXS member, playing a new version of 'Beautiful Girl'.
While the ode to the haters has been put on sale, the ones which reportedly blast John Mayer and Camilla Belle haven't been released.
The 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' hitmaker decided to quit the micro-blogging site because 'those who decide to remain offline will make better work than those online.'
Representative for the singer has confirmed that he has shut down his Twitter account now that his Battle Studies Tour has ended.
In his recent Tumblr post, the 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' hitmaker takes aim at The Huffington Post, comparing them with 'a stripper wearing reading glasses' and telling them to 'GO F**K' themselves.
Through her representative, the actress cleared out the air by saying they chatted for a few minutes only and they actually have known each other for a long time.
The two musicians cover songs from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Blind Faith, Led Zeppelin and The Verve.
John Mayer was due to perform along with Jay-Z, Eminem and Muse but pulled himself out of the festival 'due to unforeseen circumstances.'
Though receiving harsh criticism over his 2006 stand-up comedy, John Mayer returned to the stage as a funnyman but was really nervous about it.